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Engineering

Engineering

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ENGINEERING • ENGINEERING SYSTEMS TOPIC 2 ELECTRICITY • BASIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

It is essential that students are not
allowed to work or test circuits

greater than 9 volts.

Demonstrate safe work practices and
potential danger when using electrical

equipment.

Use a domestic consumer board to
identify the main components.

Use work cards to identify processes.

Use Work boards to demonstrate the
wiring arrangements for a domestic

socket and light circuits.

The student will be able to:

1.identify a range of domestic outlets

and switches

2.understand the need for fuses, MCBs,

RCDs, and other safety devices

3.demonstrate the correct procedure

for wiring various domestic outlets,

switches, plug tops and ceiling roses

4.identify the need for various types

and sizes of cables

5.identify the various categories of

domestic appliances – motor, heat,

light and audio-visual

6.identify a systematic approach to

problem solving and recognise when

professional help is required.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

TEACHER GUIDELINES

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